Hyderabad: With the final immersion of Ganesh idols to take place on Friday, traffic restrictions will be in place across the Hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda police limits. The restrictions will be in force from Friday and are likely to continue on Saturday too in some areas.
Restrictions in Hyderabad Police limits will be at:
• Keshavagiri, Chandrayangutta Crossroads, MBNR Crossroads, Engine Bowli, Shamsheergunj, Nagul Chintha, Himmathpura, Hari Bowli, Asra Hospital, Moghalpura, Lakkad Kote, Panch Mohala, Paris Café, Gulzar House, Mitti Ka Shere, Kali Kaman, Osman Bazaar, Sheran Hotel, Madina Crossroads, Nayapul, SJ Rotary, Arman Hotel, MJ Bridge, DarulShifa Crossroads, City College.
• Chanchalguda Jail Crossroads, Moosarambagh, Chaderghat Bridge, Shivaji Bridge, Afzalgunj, Putlibowli Crossroads, Troop Bazar, Jambagh Crossroads, Andhra Bank Koti.
• Tope Khana Mosque, Alaska Hotel Junction, Osman Gunj, Shanker Bagh, and Seena Hotel, Ajantha Gate near Exhibition Grounds, Abkari Lane, Taj Island, Chapel Road, AR Petrol Pump at KLK Building.
• MJ Market, Khairatabad, GPO Abids, Liberty, Ranigunj, Telugu Thalli Statue, Kavadiguda, Narayanguda Crossroads, RTC Crossroads, Musheerabad Crossroads, Tank Bund, NTR Marg, Necklace Road (PVNR Marg), People’s Plaza.
• Chapel Road Entry, Gadwal Centre at GPO, Shalimar Theatre, Gunfoundry, Skyline road entry, Bharat Scouts & Guides Junction in Domalguda, Kalanjali at Control Room, Liberty Junction, MCH Office Y junction, BRK Bhavan junction near Telugu Thalli Junction, Iqbal Minar, Ravindra Bharathi, Dwaraka Hotel Junction, Khairatabad Junction, Children’s Park, Mariott Hotel junction, Kawadiguda Junction, Musheerabad Crossroads, RTC Crossroads, Katta Maisamma Temple at Lower Tank Bund, Indira Park Junction, CTO, YMCA, Paradise Crossroads, Patny Crossroads, Bata Crossroads, Adavaiah Crossroads, Ghasmandi Crossroads.
• Institute of Engineers at Khairatabad Jn, MMTS Station Khairatabad, Anand Nagar Colony to RR Dist. ZP Office, Behind Buddha Bhavan, Gauseva Sadan, Lower Tank Bund, Katta Maisamma Temple, NTR Stadium, Nizam College, Public Gardens, Beside Imax
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